Costume crusaders for British punk, who've been haled heroes of the underground. 'POPPYCOCK' cements that reputation, and makes the case for their staying power. One joyously fun punk rock record that serves up much more than gimmicks. 7/10.
Alison Bateman - Vive Le Rock
Poppycock creeps up on you as well as creating a thrilling clamour in its presence while again Dirt Box Disco create musical havoc, emotional incitement, and the kind of rock ‘n’ roll that has body and heart stomping and howling with sheer pleasure.
Pete Ringmaster - Ringmaster Reviews
DBD do what they do perfectly, DBD are jolly fine fellows and deserve everything they get and they will undoubtedly meet the needs of many with this latest release.
Fungalpunk - Fungalpunk
Each song is a short sharp shock that never outstays its welcome and yet lodges its infectious melody deep inside your brain for later use. Irresponsible hate anthems, lust songs and hits for the outsider in all of us, 'Poppycock' is sure to strike a chord one way or another.
Ben Hughes - Uber Rock
Poppycock! I’m not bullshitting when I say it’s yet another ‘Punk Rock Riot’ of an album with some great anthems, singalongs and poignant observations from the man behind the mask! 5/5.
Louise Swift - PLANETMOSH
'Poppycock' isn't to be taken seriously, however the band are polished musicians that play punk rock the right way - fast, precocious and downright addictively! 7/10
Matt Karpe - Powerplay
It really is hard to ignore a band this good and I’m still waiting for the “difficult” album (insert figure where you see fit)!! Each time they come back with a clutch of stadium filling anthems – I just wish more of the buying public would take notice
Ross A Ferrone - Rock Regeneration